I am plotting a dataset of f(x) vs x in Gnuplot, but want to show the
values of 1/x on the top side of the graph - usually used for axis x2.
Can this be done?
Thank you in advance.
set x2tics ("1.0" 1/1.0, "2.0" 1/2.0, "0.5" 1/0.5)
and so on.
(And don't forget to turn off xtics mirroring, too).
Even if all the snow were burnt, ashes would remain.
> Not automatically, sorry. You'ld have to create the relevant mapping
> manually, like this:
> set x2tics ("1.0" 1/1.0, "2.0" 1/2.0, "0.5" 1/0.5)
> and so on.
> (And don't forget to turn off xtics mirroring, too).
> Even if all the snow were burnt, ashes would remain.
I havent been able to find the documentation on this area.
I have data in the form:
I set a couple of options
set xdata time
set timefmt "%Y:%m:%d"
plot 'data' using 1:2 with lines
When I plot the data, the line is centered on the graph with
gaps between the X axies and start,end points.
Is there a way so my start and end points end up on the axies?